To promote good health, positive leadership, and be a constructive outlet for our youth.
🚨UPDATE🚨 As a gentle reminder, during this time with COVID-19 in our lives, literally everything we do or plan to do is tentative. Our lives are changing by the day and for some by the hour. New federal, state, and local health policies and standards are being released almost daily. Thus, WWC will always and forever adhere to all standards.
We are still happy to eventually reopen and have our kids back on the mats. But we will do this just as the state and country does the same. 🙂
For the most updated information about novel coronavirus, please visit kycovid19.ky.gov #goodbetterbest
Gray places 6th at 2020 indy nationals; becomes all-American
2020 Offseason schedule
Brycen gray wins youth state championship
Braylen livingston wins Dixie Nationals in Atlanta, Georgia
WWC visits the Club Madison duals in Madison, Indiana
Own the mat takedown tournament was a success!!!
Check out some of the action shots below!
WWC and many other kids from Kentucky collaborated to form the Kentucky throwerbreds at the Alabama state games in Huntsville, Alabama
Wwc visits the rumble at the resort in florence, Indiana
Triston brooks and Landon yost earn Ironman status in Indiana by placing 1st in Folkstyle, freestyle, and Greco-Roman. Congrats to all our kids that placed!
gabe Burden and Braylen Livingston receive the first ever michael Jackson “be the boss” wrestling award.
Pictured left to right: Randy Cotton, Braylen Livingston, Gabe Burden, and Debbie Jackson.
koral Tipton makes Kentucky wrestling history
A huge congratulations to our own Koral Tipton as she became Kentucky’s first 170lbs State Champion at the Inaugural Kentucky High School Girl’s State Championship held at Tates Creek High School on Saturday February 2, 2019.